The Daily Beast art team is leading the game in illustration, photo collage, and innovative gifs. Here, we round up some of our favorites from 2019.
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This year’s attendees exuded bold “camp style” with glitter, feathers and harness detailing. Even headliners Jill Scott and FKA Twigs slayed with striking original ensembles.
In the 1960s and 70s, photographers Kay Tobin Lahusen and Diana Davies captured the love, anger and resistance at LGBT demonstrations of the time, and more loving, private moments.
“Black Refractions: Highlights from The Studio Museum in Harlem” will be shown at six U.S. venues.
Rain did not stop play at New York Fashion Week. While the runways showcased the work of the designers, on the streets the NYFW faithful did battle in colorful and crazy attire.
Although Erykah Badu, Pusha-T, and Janelle Monáe headlined this year’s Afropunk festival, the real headliners were the street style goddesses bumpin’ to their music.